Saturday, July 4, 2015

Beyoncé auctions tour experience for $25,000

Winning bidder can go behind the scenes of Beyoncé's summer tour

Beyoncé auctions tour experience for $25,000

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Beyonce performing during her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour 2013, in Zurich, Switzerland. It´s a crowded tour market and everyone is competing for your entertainment dollar. Rihanna and Beyonce are both touring separately. (AP Photo/Parkwood Entertainment, Yosra El-Essawy)
Beyonce performing during her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour 2013, in Zurich, Switzerland. It's a crowded tour market and everyone is competing for your entertainment dollar. Rihanna and Beyonce are both touring separately. (AP Photo/Parkwood Entertainment, Yosra El-Essawy)

You can help Beyoncé run the world…but at a price of $25,000.

The “Grown Woman” singer posted an auction item valued at $25,000 for a chance to work on the set of her latest world tour, The Mrs. Carter Show. The winning bid will benefit the Miss a Meal hunger campaign.

The winner and a guest will work behind the scenes of Beyoncé's July 1st concert in Los Angeles and assist Tina Knowles (the singer’s mother and right-hand woman) in the wardrobe department. As part of their work, the winner will tour the wardrobe rooms and see how the meticulously designed stage costumes are created.

At the end of the day, the lucky fans will see their hard work in action as they enjoy the concert in VIP seating. The two will also be treated to lunch with Beyoncé and gift bags filled with tour merchandise and some of the superstar’s favorite products.

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Fans in the BeyHive must bid quickly, since the current bid is at $13,500 and the auction ends on Tuesday, June 11th.

Beyoncé also released a new song on Wednesday called “Rise Up,” an uplifting ballad from her new animated film Epic.

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